Abortion and Taxes: What Happens Now Without Roe v. Wade?
Women & Money

Abortion and Taxes: What Happens Now Without Roe v. Wade?

See how abortion-related medical expense deductions, HSA and FSA payments, employer-provided travel, and charitable contributions will be handled now …
June 29, 2022
Savvy Strategies for Your Health Savings Account
health savings accounts

Savvy Strategies for Your Health Savings Account

HSAs are a super tax-advantaged way to save for health care expenses if you have a high-deductible health plan. So what are you waiting for?
June 14, 2022
Tax Changes and Key Amounts for the 2022 Tax Year
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Tax Changes and Key Amounts for the 2022 Tax Year

Americans are facing a long list of tax changes for the 2022 tax year. Smart taxpayers will start planning for them now.
June 10, 2022
Do You Realize the Power of HSAs? Probably Not!
health savings accounts

Do You Realize the Power of HSAs? Probably Not!

Health savings accounts have tax-zapping superpowers. Check out these top 10 tips to help maximize the benefits of your own HSA.
May 27, 2022
HSAs Make Health Care More Affordable
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HSAs Make Health Care More Affordable

Tax-advantaged health savings accounts allow you to save for a broad range of short-term and long-term medical expenses.
May 26, 2022

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HSA Contribution Limits and Other Requirements
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HSA Contribution Limits and Other Requirements

Annually adjusted contribution limits and other requirements must be met if you're covering health care costs with a Health Savings Account.
April 29, 2022
HSA Contribution Limits for 2023 Are Out
health savings accounts

HSA Contribution Limits for 2023 Are Out

The IRS released the contribution limits, annual deductibles for health plans, and out-of-pocket expense limits for 2023 health savings accounts.
April 29, 2022
10 Tax Deadlines for April 18 (Today is Not Just the Due Date for Your Tax Return)
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10 Tax Deadlines for April 18 (Today is Not Just the Due Date for Your Tax Return)

Between requesting a tax extension, making IRA or HSA contributions, and meeting other tax deadlines, there's more to do today than just filing your f…
April 18, 2022
Top Off Your HSA Today and Lower Your Tax Bill (While There's Still Time)
Tax Breaks

Top Off Your HSA Today and Lower Your Tax Bill (While There's Still Time)

If you haven't already contributed the full amount to your HSA for 2021, today is the last day to do so and reduce your taxes at the same time.
April 18, 2022
The Ins and Outs of Self-Insurance in Retirement
Long-Term Care Insurance

The Ins and Outs of Self-Insurance in Retirement

The costs of long-term care are already exorbitant and will only get worse. Follow this guidance to get in front of the issue.
April 12, 2022
How to Appeal an Unexpected Medical Bill
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How to Appeal an Unexpected Medical Bill

You may receive a bill because your insurance company denied a claim—but that doesn’t mean you have to pay it.
February 24, 2022
Health Care Cost Basics: What They Are and Ways to Save
health insurance

Health Care Cost Basics: What They Are and Ways to Save

From premiums to co-pays and co-insurance, health care is one savings goal you can’t afford to ignore. Understanding how high-deductible health plans …
February 11, 2022
4 (Imperfect) Ways Retirees Can Pay for Dental Care
health insurance

4 (Imperfect) Ways Retirees Can Pay for Dental Care

Since Medicare doesn't provide dental benefits, seniors must consider other options to cover this need.
February 4, 2022
"Above-the-Line" Deductions for Your 2021 Tax Return
Tax Breaks

"Above-the-Line" Deductions for Your 2021 Tax Return

If, like most people, you claim the standard deduction instead of itemized deductions on your return, there are still many other tax deductions availa…
February 1, 2022
Virtual Reality Turns Games Into Treatments
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Virtual Reality Turns Games Into Treatments

Seniors are utilizing virtual reality programs to boost physical therapy, fight acute and chronic pain and address mental health concerns.
January 25, 2022
Could You Lose Your Job if You Get COVID-19?
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Could You Lose Your Job if You Get COVID-19?

With omicron surging, many are losing the ability to work. Can they get fired? Will they get paid time off? It depends.
January 12, 2022
The Ultimate Retirement Savings Account? Surprise, It’s an HSA!
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The Ultimate Retirement Savings Account? Surprise, It’s an HSA!

Health savings accounts are the best deal out there for anyone saving not just for health expenses, but for retirement too. Here’s how to make their t…
January 5, 2022
Take This Job, I'm Retiring
Financial Planning

Take This Job, I'm Retiring

The pandemic and bull market have led to an increase in the number of workers who are retiring. You might call it the Gray Resignation.
December 21, 2021
The One Account That Every Millennial Should Consider
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The One Account That Every Millennial Should Consider

One of the best investments you can make, with incredible tax-fighting potential, is something many people overlook or don’t even know about.
December 7, 2021
11 Costly Medicare Mistakes You Should Avoid Making
Medicare

11 Costly Medicare Mistakes You Should Avoid Making

If you don't make the right choices, you could end up with high Medicare premiums and big out-of-pocket costs.
November 16, 2021
How to Restructure Your Assets to Qualify for Medicaid
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How to Restructure Your Assets to Qualify for Medicaid

Several types of special income trusts and other strategies can be helpful when trying to protect your family’s assets from the devastating costs of l…
November 7, 2021
Is Hybrid Long-Term Care Insurance Right for You?
Long-Term Care Insurance

Is Hybrid Long-Term Care Insurance Right for You?

If you hate the idea of paying for long-term care insurance you may never use, a hybrid policy could be for you. The money you paid in premiums doesn’…
October 28, 2021
Smart Year-End Move: Manage Your Employee Benefits
Financial Planning

Smart Year-End Move: Manage Your Employee Benefits

For 2021, employers may provide a 12-month grace period for both types of flexible spending accounts.
October 27, 2021
Billed for a COVID-19 Vaccine? Don't Pay
Healthy Living on a Budget

Billed for a COVID-19 Vaccine? Don't Pay

If you are charged, it's an error. Call your provider directly and dispute the fees.
October 25, 2021
Too Busy to Study Your Company's Health Insurance Options? Do These 4 Things
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Too Busy to Study Your Company's Health Insurance Options? Do These 4 Things

Yes, it's a tedious task. But one hour of your time could be worth thousands of dollars. A former firefighter and paramedic turned financial planner s…
October 9, 2021
Your Guide to Open Enrollment 2022
Employee Benefits

Your Guide to Open Enrollment 2022

Health care costs continue to climb, but subsidies will make some plans more affordable.
September 30, 2021